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Aleza Lake Experiment Station Histories and Background

File consists of: "A Summary of Historical Orders-in-Council affecting the Aleza Lake Forest Reserve", Mike Jull, 18 Dec. 1996 Photocopied memorandum from F.S. McKinnon regarding "Transfer of Aleza Lake to D.F. Prince George", 9 Sept. 1963 Photocopied 1928 article by P.M. Barr from Forestry Chronicle 4(3) entitled "The Aleza Lake Experiment Station: Its Development and Purpose" "A Brief History of the Aleza Lake Experiment Station", [Tim Decie, 1981?] Contact information for living relatives of Percy Barr, as of 1990 Photocopy of 1930 article by Percy Barr entitled "Spruce Reproduction in British Columbia" Photocopy of records from BC Archives from a visit by Harry Coates from the file GR 1348 "The Young Mens Forestry Training Program" Photocopy of excerpt regarding "Amanita Lake/Diameter Limit Logging" Various small-scale maps and charts regarding Aleza Lake "Aleza Lake Research Forest Information Session Notes with Mike Jull, Manager of ALRF"

ALRFS Natural Resource History Internship

File consists of: David Mills, "Aleza Lake Research Forest Historical Internship Summary" (2 Jan. 2007), 26 p. - In print and original digital .doc file David Mills, "Aleza Lake Forest Experiment Station Socio-Economic Time Line 1905-1937" (2007), 68 p. - In print and original digital .doc file ALRFS employment paperwork for David Mills, the ALRFS Natural Resource History Intern Research notes, including a copy of a map of the town of Aleza Lake in the 1920s

Resource Folio, T.S.H.L. A 01847, Willow River Block, Willow River P.S.Y.U.

File is a Resource Folio of maps and accompanying information created by Northwood Pulp & Timber regarding Timber Sale Harvesting Licence A01847, Willow River Block, Willow River P.S.Y.U. Includes maps that depict ungulates, waterfowl, recreation areas, special influence areas, and timber types. Most of the sheets have a duplicate, some with very slight variations. The following maps are supposed to be included in the but were missing upon arrival at the Archives: fish & topography, cutting permits & roads, and soils.

Churchill Look-Out Photographs

Photographs are panoramas taken from the Churchill BC Forest Service Lookout, located at latitude 54°04' and longitude 122°16'. The photographs were bound together and include a transparent grid that was intended to be used for locating forest fires.